Python and Gtk cross-platform?

chris patti cpatti at atg.com
Wed Mar 8 18:03:10 CET 2000


kern at caltech.edu (Robert Kern) writes:

> In article <Pine.LNX.4.10.10003071711430.31413-100000 at us2.mayo.edu>,
> Travis Oliphant <olipt at mayo.edu> writes: >[Somebody else writes:
> --RTK] >> > Hello, >> > >> > Are Python programs source code
> cross-platform between Linux and Win32 using >> > the Gtk GUI
> toolkit?  In other words, using the Gtk toolkit will Python >> >
> programs run identically without changes on both platforms?  >> > >>
> > Thanks!  >> >> No.  >> >> Gtk was designed for the X window
> system.  >> [snip]
 
> 
> And even better, someone has done a port of PyGTK to Win32, too.
> 
> http://theopenlab.uml.edu/pygtkwin/
> 
> Because of filesystem case (in)sensitivity issues, GTK.py has been
> renamed, so you might have to modify application code.
> 
> Robert Kern kern at caltech.edu
> 

I stand happily corrected.

Being wrong can be a plus from time to time :)

-Chris
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